Victoria Moreno Manzano

Professional Experiences
Since 04/2010-Junior Group Leader (Ramon & Cajal Contract): Neuronal Regeneration Lab. Prince Felipe Research Institute (CIPF), Valencia. SPAIN
10/2005-03/2010-Researcher, responsible of the project: Adult Stem Cells in Spinal Cord  Regeneration. Prince Felipe Research Institute (CIPF), Valencia. SPAIN
01/2004-09/2005-Researcher of CNIO in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical company Lilly Co. Involved in the study of the complete signalling by using Lilly inhibitors of MAPKs with in vitro and in vivo models (producing genetic modified models: KO and KI conditional mice) National Oncology Research Center. Madrid. SPAIN
02/2003-12/2003-Post-Doctoral Fellow, responsible of the project: Molecular mechanism involved in the effect of Retinoic Acid in preventing glomerulosclerosis. Involved in the docent program of the Department of Physiology -Universidad de Alcalá, Departamento de Fisiología. Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, SPAIN
01/2001-01/2003-Post-Doctoral Fellow, involved in the Screening for new targets responsible of the funtional regionalization of the mouse cerebral cortex.Max-Planck Institute of Biophycal Chemistry. Department of Molecular and Cell Biology. Göttingen, Germany.

Other Experiences and Achievements
2004 Supervisor-Co-director of a PhD student
2005, now Supervisor of two technical assistants

Academic Formation
2003 Visiting Professor, Medicine Faculty. Alcala University. Madrid
1997-2000 PhD Study.Thesis: The role of Retinoic Acid: in vivo models Dr Lucio-Cazaña, Alcala University. Madrid
1996-1997 Diploma Thesis, Alcala University. Madrid
1991-1996 Pharmacy, Alcala University. Madrid